Marek, did you happen to measure the DMax of these with Vuescan as
you scanned them?
On Jan 15, 2008, at 9:00 PM, Marek Matusz wrote:
So I made a set of prints. One is the carbon transfer print. Old
fashioned. I was just aiming for the middle tone density to match
my other print. I am not the carbon transfer master printer and
this is not intended to be a perfect print.
Second print is gum / bleach develop with the same middle tone
density. Made from the same negative, very close exposure as well.
My point here is to compare tonality of both prints. Both in the
shadows and in highlights. Smooth gradation that is so
characteristic of carbon transfer is also evident in gum/bleach
develop. Same carbon black pigment was used in both prints. Other
dead giveaways of carbon transfer are evident (frilled adges,
holes, etc). I actually was looking for the non-perfect/hand made
artifacts of the transfer process. http://picasaweb.google.com/marekmatusz1/DirectCarbon
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